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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

SOCIETY IN CHARLOTTE Miss Grey's Recital at the Presbyterian College. THE MEMORIAL EXERCISES On Friday Night Mr. and Mr?. W. W. Watt Entertained a Few Friends at the Central Hotel. The Dolly Madison Book Club, (Special to The Tiraes-Dispatch.) CHARLOTTE. ?. C, May 1?.??? Fri? day night Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Watt en? tertained a. few frloiiels very pleasantly In their rooms at tho Central Hotel. Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Rich? ard Busbce, Captain and Mrs. Forsyeth, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller, Jr., Mrs. Min? nie AVriston Smith, Miss May Boyden, of eallatoury; Miss Lottie OUdwell, Mise B.,dle Clnrkson, Miss Lucy dates, and Mesen. AV. E. Parker. I. E Avory, H. M, Pharr and J. P. Caldwoll. The Daughters of the American Revo? lution met with MIsb Lily Long at the Presbyterian College, Thursday after? noon. Miss Lottie Cray gave r recital In the auditorium of the l'rosbyterlan College Tuesday evening. She was assisted by Miss Helen Foil, who played Gullmant'e Prayer and Cradlo Hong on th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

THE MARKET WAS WEAK Important Railroad Stocks Mado Record Low Levels, ? ILLNESS OF E. H. HARRIMAN This Had a Direct Effect on Southern Pacific, and that Stock Declined an Extreme of I 1-4 Points?The Close Steady. (Hv A"orlntc.l Press.) NEW YORK. May lt?.-Tho Illness of E. H. linrriinnn made Its Inlluence felt In to-day's stock market, and this was sup? plemented by the showing made by the bni'ks, which wns Interpreted as poor by tho trading element, The. weakness ol Southern l'acino wns directly traceable to the condition of the lienll.li of the pr?s? Went of the i/mipany. Tlio stock declined nn extreme Hi, touching a new low level for the year. Tills weakness Had some sympathetic effect elsewhere in tho mar? ket; St. Paul and Now York Central also made low record prices for the year. A light domniid from tho bears to cover shorts made am Impression just at the close, which was In consequence steady. Tho nominal increase la tho cash Item of tho banks was as much us was expect? ed. ?...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

THE WEEK IN FINANCES F - Labor Situation tho Most Dis? turbing Factor. STOCKS HAVE BEEN HEAVY Excellent Railway Earnings Have Been Mainstay of Market?? Wild Specula live in Cotton?Rumored Cut in Steel Denied. | (Special ?? ??? Tlmes-DIspntch.) ' NEW YORK, MAY 1G.-The Financial Age says: Thero Is no featuro ot the situation that Ir worthy of as much thoughtful consideration a? the labor problem. Tho developments of tho past few weeks havo further nllennted em? ployer nnd employe, and there is no lon , eer n disposition on cither sido to make ' a pretense of harmonious relationship. Employers of labor from all over the country H.ro flocking to the support of tho New York builders In tho war which they havo declared on organized labor and there is a strong probability that a Kntlonal Federation of Employers will bo feirmed as a rosult of tho local move? ment. Buch an organization would be nn Offset to the American Federation of Labor, which claims to control 2,000,000 worklngmcn. AA'hl...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

Unprecedented Sale of Muslin Underwear. 1m ior Embroidered /C and Lnce Trim? med Corset Covers, /??? for 30 and COc, ?OQ ones. ?-? for Corset Cov ?V/C ers, ? dozen styles, thai have never biicn less than 76 to 08c. ?? - *or nny Corsot /vC Cover that J'otiVe ever seen at $1.25 and $1 .60. ? for Low Neck. > C Tisht Fitting ones. I I n FOR DRAW-; I VC ERS with ? hem? stitched ruffle. f\ ? for Lawn Ruf ??-OC (le Drawers, with hemstitched tucks. 2f\ for Drawers with ?3"C embroidery ruf? fle, that cost 50 to 50c. j-? for 75 and 85o. ?3UC Drawers. zn for Fine Cam OvC brio Drawers, with Swiss embroidery mille, cost SI. m FOR THE SALE r>vC OF SKIRTS, with two rows Torchon lnce inser? ion, wide edge and full in even? way, 98 to $2. $ for Skirts that C cost from $1.50 ,?#-) for Skirts /VC embroidery or lnce trimmed. with frill j Aw.ti $1.08 will I .?O give you a choleo of $2.50 to $3.75 .Skirts, no- SALE OF yot GOWNS, the handsomest styles ever been shown in Rich? mond nt $1.50 to .$1.75...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

THREE SECTIONS. v^m?S& ?ISA I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,243. LATE NEWS: WANT PAGES, ItlCIIMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAT 17,1003. PRICE FIVE CENTS, SUMRY OF DAY'S NEWS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON. May 111?Forecast for Sunday ?mei Monday: Virginia ?Pali- Sunday ami Mondnv; fie-.-li east tee semi lii'iist wlnels. North Carolimi ? Pair Sunday and Mon 1 day; fresh northeast to east winde, Veslerday wok a typical late spring day, bricht nini d'Ulto warm. The? Outlook for to-day is ceintlnueil dear and warm weather. state ok tiii: thermometer ? ?? M. 7*? lu M. ; ,. 77 S P. M. 79 fi P. M.',4, 72 ?,??? M. ?S U rnlelnlght . 60 Average .7H4 MINIATURE ALMANAC, Mny 17, IM*). Run Ilses. B.-Ol I 1IICII TI 013. Bun eel?. 7:12 ] Morning.8:41 Moon rises...12:00 | Evening.-i:is ??? IS, 190.1 Sun ris-*. ?:'?] I HIGH TI|)H. Hun fotn. 7!12 ' Morning. 9:29 Moon rises,..12:03 | Evonlng.10:11 RICHMOND. M?thodiste nf Richmond begin to-day relpbratlein of bl-centennlal of Jeihii AA'es ley's birth-Reported Major Allen will l...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

fronted tie, I? It likely thai wo would have had nn administration as smooth and ??counts As ole.ir ns In th? States? "I want to ?>ny hero thnt any irrf rulnrl tler complained of m the Washington ,postonici? were Investigated at the time by postoMVn Inspectors who mndo a ro ?port to llm l'.i-lii.-i-l. i-G. 1,1 i.il. They found pome IrrcRul.ultlrs, but no rob? bery or defrauding of the government ??-G?????.t=????-?????G????1 Smith nnd Tost trnnpfnr Mfrrltt, of this city, sintn In their letters to me that they corrected the evils complained or as soon ns their at? tention was '-ailed to them. -All that In? diente?; any Wrontf-dolnH In tho Poplnffioe Dl-partment at WasliliiRtbn or In the "W?shington postbfBce, Involving loss to the frtwernmont or the Integrity of on ofhelnl, will he nivomiiriitod by Mr. Itrls tow but I am not going to Investigate ? stump ppeerh. NO ?'ALLING OFF. "Much has been mndo of the statement thnt Comptroller J?raC?W6ll called off one of his men fr.un nn inspe...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

Representative Women From All Sections Proclaim PE-RU* of Special Benefit for Catarrhal Ailments Peculiar to Their Sex. > *? _ _ ?-??^???*?!-?????!./?????^-^?1?-??????.????4???.?G?*?^ ? OK>r*O^OK>K>?OK>?0^4>OS^^ O MISS MURIEL ARMITAGE. Miss Muriel Armitage. 30 Greenwood Avenue. Detroit, Mich., district organ? izer nf tho Royal Templars of Temper? ance. In ? recent letter says: IT?? ivrutin Medicine Co., C?luinliu?, O. Gent lome??:?"I think thnt - woman nnturnlly n'urlili.? freiin mu.h.s tier tremble?? publie, Iiut re?toreel health hm tnennt wi much tei in*? tleiit I feel feii the? ?nke of other lufferlne itomeli II I? my eleily tee teli what l'erunn he? etimi' fe?r me. "I HifTi'ii??] for ?Te year? with Irregular! Hen, ?rblch liiiiiitlit on h.viterln ?ini limile? i?" a pbynlcal wreek. I tried ilnetor? fremi thn differ? ent ?eheeoln of medicine, hut without nny per eeptlblo chauffe In my conilltlon. In my eie. ?pair I e-nlleil on in olii nume, who ndrl??'d me tei try...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

WAS SU CONJURED? The Darkies Are Debating This Question. ARE GROWING EXCITED Man Came lo Courthouse to Put Ofli cers on Their Guard?Tuckahoe Schools Close?Verdict Against the Traction Company. Amont: certain of the negro population Of Vnritia Grove, In Henrico county, con? siderable excitement Is said to prevail Iti connection ???th the recent sudden death Of isti olii colored woman, who, some of her friends avow, ?vas "conjured" by evil spirits or evil-minded persons. The old woman was Aunt Laura Berry, an estlmnblo old soul of the old school, h general favolile with blacks nini whites. She was a slave In ante-bellum days and still possessed some of that rare flavor of gentility nnd courtliness, the product of tlio plantation, but now ito hard to lind. AU \the people In the neighborhood looked Upon Aunt Laura ns a genuini? good-hearted soul. In ?vhum Jierfcot confidence could be reposed. ' L>nst Tuesday Aunt t.aurn, who wcigh ed ncat'y 200 pounds, was hanging clothes on the line...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

PETERSBURG DELEGATES A. P. Hill Camp's Representa? tion at the Reunion. THE STUART MEETINGS The Services Will Begin thle Evenln g Extensive Preparations Have Boon Made?The Choir Has Ro hearsed Special Music (Sperisi to The Tlmon-Dliiptilrii.l PETERSBURG, VA., May 10.?Most of the delegates from A. P. Hill Camp to the rouuion of CotiX??lorato veterans, ?which will bo held at New Orleans next ?week, left Potor-Tnirg to-night for New Orleans. The rest of tho delegates will leave to-morrow. Miss Mary Paul Hoper, daugiiter of Air. Bnrtlett Roper, of this city, left with tho delegation to-night. Miss Roper Is maid of honor to Miss Luoy Leo Hill, the sponsor for tho Grand Camp of Virginia. The choir rehearsing for tho Stuart meetings held their final rche-irsnl to? night. To-morow evening the meetings to bo conducted by the Southern evan? gelist, Rev. George R. Htuart, nt AVest 3fill AVnrehoiiso, will begin. SentB havo boon arranged for SjiOO people. These meetings havo been looked forward ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

IN MEMORY OF PR, CURRY Eloquent Sermons Preached In Savannah by Our Pastors WHITS1TT AND HAWTHORNE The Former Paid a Touching Trib?telo Lnte Dr. J. L. M. Curry, and Latter Spoke in Momory of Dr. Isaac T. Tichenor. The storms which deluged Savannah while the Souliiern Baptist Convention was in session there, antl later fell In cloudburst form on the city of Jackson? ville, nlso hnd Its effect on the telegraph and inali facilities, and In consequence a part of tho full reports ot Ilio cunveii tluti doings prepared and forwarded by Thu Times-Dlspalch'S special envoy was hung up In transmission. For Instance, the reports of what was done on liisl Sunday failed to reach hero In time for the proper edition ot tho paper, and tho samo being good Sunday reading matter ami In good keeping condition, were held oVei until to-day. Bast Sunday was tho stormiest day of the entire session of the convention, and severnl of tho appointments for services wore cancelled necessarily. However, by aid of ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

SUBURBAN NEWS AND GOSSIP. t % % BARTON HEIGHTS ' % Tho Epworth Dengue met at tho home Of Mis? Bather Feather, In Hrookland Park, Tuesday evening. After tho busi? ness ami social . meeting refreshments ?wore served. Mr. Raymond Dlghlner gavo several selections on thn plano Those present wero Misses Ooldle Dick ine, Hattle Wright, Hertha Harding and Esther JTeatlier, and Messrs. Rnymond Ughtner, Waiter ICIdwull, H. Wright, L. C. Moore, Rnche and others. Miss Mary Kersey hns returned to her home on North Avenuo, after a visit to friends In Hanover. Mr. O. C. Personette, of Rai timore, Md., Is tho piiest. or Mr. Vf. It. Bummers and Mr. J. E. Bchlssler. Mr. Vf. Bldney Stalnn nnd wife, of New ?York, nro visiting his mother, Mrs. II. A. Stalnn, of No. fill) Hast Hyrd Btroet. Mrs. William Bprntley nnd daughter, Elizabeth, and Mr. John Otis, have left for Shores, Ya., to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Bony. Mr. Hatcher llolloway hns returned to his homo In Caroline county after a vlalt to Mr. J. O...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

COUNCIL OF Must Increase Membership Under Constitution, TO CHANGE ???1? ALSO Not Less than Fourteen Members of the Lower Branch?Dedication of Central Church To-Day?Elks. Funeral of Mr. Sharp, Manchester Bureau Timos-Dispatch, \ No. 1102 IJniT Street. J Under the Constitution the city of Man? chester must provide Itself with nt least two more members of'the lower branch of the Council, and In order' to do this a ?apportionment will "he necessary, which also ls provide?! for In the Constitution in thnt portion crontlng the Corporation Commission. At present the lower brnnch of tho Council has twelve members three from each ward. Tho upper branch has ciglit, ?which covers tho provisions of tho law. Now the lower branch is known as the City Assembly. Under the new laws It must be known as tho Common Council. In order to provide for the minimum number of members for the Common Coun? cil, fourteen, thero must be a reopportion ment of tho wards; two men 'must bo electod to represent tho ci...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. By McVeigh & Olltin, Real Estnto Auctioneer*. A UCTION SALE NICE, DESIRABLE BOMB, NEAR CHIMBORAZO PARK, No. 415 N. 35th St., BETWEEN MARSHALL AND CLAY STREETS. At the rennest ot the owner, who Is anxious to sell, we will offer at auction tho sbovo properly, on thn premises, on MONUAY. MAY 18. 1903. at 0 o'clock P. M. This sale offers unusual inducements to parties seeking either a homo or look? ing for an Investment. T.he lot has a frontnge of 47 feet on tho east line of Thirty-fifth Street. The Improvements Consist of a cOmpnratlvoly new dwelling of seven rooms, Is In gooil repair, and Is now rented to a most excellent tenant at $150.00 nor nnntim. There Is a nice well Of good water on the premises. As the owner is determined to sell, any? one Wishing a good, safe Investment should be on hand to secure a bargain In this popular section of our city. TERMS-Ono-flftii cnsh. balance in rIx, twelve and eighteen months, t, per cent. Interest added to the noten, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Genis, Cash in Advance HELP WANTED?FEMALE. COPYING LETTERS AT HOME, ?2? PER l.oe-1 paid weekly; nothing to buy or sell;" no canvassing; iteidy employment. HANDY CO., 142 Nassau pt.eet. N. \. AVANTED. LADY TO DO SBAVINO Just outside e-itv for one week: board included. Reply before 10 A. M., Mon? day. SCOTT, this office. ACTIVE CATHOLIC LADY TO TRAA'EL nnd rolled for manufacturer; ?1S weekly to start. permanent If satisfactory. JOHN ENGAVALL, Lnkoslde Building. Chicago. ?20 PER l.OiVi. PAID WEKKLA'. FOR copying letters nt home; no na,mes to supply or envelopes to address! nothing tn buv. Adelresne-d envelope for copy. practical Ml?'?. CO., Newark, N. J. ?AD?ES DO PLAIN SEWING AT HOME. $S to Jl.'e. paid weekly; mnterlnl sent free everywhere. Senel stamped envolonj? for particular*?. WEBER M'F'O. CO., IS AVest 00 St.. New A'ork. LADY AVANTED, $1". WEEKLY* PER ninncnt. nrtlstle employment at home; no experience needed; material furnish? ed. Enclose stnnipod-nddresied en...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

ONE CENT ? WORD. MINIMUM CHAuQE 25 Gents, uns h In Advance WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ORE GHARGi OEHT 25 (Sente, A OashinAdvanoe WORD. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. "WANTED, A GOOD 1T0USB MAID, AT once at 40*1 Enst Orneo Street. ?WANTED. YOUNG COLORED AVO innn t?) enok nnd elei general bejiiso work. Apply ??? Jefferson Park, Monday morning. $> PER HUNDRED FOR ADDRESSING envelopes. Send dime nnd stamp for full Instructions; steady work. C. E. MIL? LER ? CO., Ely lildg., Chien??). 6ERVANT AVANTED; NICE, CLEAN ?rlrl to rook nnd assist with house work; hriiiK reference) also want DRESSMAK? ER. C'ali MONDAY MORNING 7 S. Beech Street HELP WANTED?MALE. .WANTED, ASSISTANT'ENTRY CLERK, JULIUS SYCLE & SON. WANTED. EXPERIENCED HELP IN r-'ilnt depart ment.' Apply to AV. C, SMITH, HH N, Fifth Streot. .WANTED. A MAN TO WORK ON farm. Apply SWEENY'S STABLES, ? South EiHhth._ WANTED. A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS line] some experience In the drug bust? Ji"?s. Address "CAROID," care th...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

THE FAREWELL OF BOSTOCK'S SHOW The Last Performance to Bo Given To-Morrow Evening. Extensive preparations arc being mads toy the management of tho Rostock Fhow to make Monday night a farewell per? formance never to be forgotten. Tho high standard that has horn maintained In every department has held tho ontiro confidence of tho public, nnd It ls with deep regTot thnt ? great many realizo that tho show must leave?. It Ins really placed Itself In the minds of the people as a fixed Institution. Not only havo tho public derived Individual pleasure In at? tending tho performances, but through tho many benefits that have taken placo ? has become quito a source of revenue ?Tor a largo number of charitable Insti? tutions and otll?rs. Altogether there has been dispensed hi this manner nearly BeVe'n thousand dol? lars. In appreciation of lho kindly In? terest that ha.s been shown. Director JHostock has, therefore, decided to mako Monday night's performance ?me never to bo forgotten. Many new ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

MAGAZINE SECTION the times, founded im ? WHOLE NUMBER. 16.237. THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1*00 I W nWLC PtUIUDCn? ??,?^?. BIGHMOND, VA., SUISTDAY, MAY 17, 1903. THREE SECTIONS PI?IOE FIVE CENTS, LITTLE PERCY TRIES TO PHOTOGRAPH WILD ANIMALS

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

How Two of Them WenvHeld in Confinement. OLD LETTER FROM CA/MP Recollections of Arduous Services-In? cidents and Reminiscence?Songs and Poems?Personal In? cidents. Editor of The Tlmes-Dlspatch: Sir,?Powhatan Bouldln, my brother, ro contly In looking; over some old letters, came ncross the follow-In? letter: The Doctor Ruckor referred to was re? tained by us and was Imprisoned the greater part of the timo at Plttsylvanla Courthouse. Ya. When the yankee au? thorities learned this they retaliated by holding Dr. James C. Green, late of Dan? ville, Va., then ? Burgeon in the Confed? erate army. Dr. Green was kept in soli? tary conflnment by the Yankees for a year?until Dr. Ruckcr mado Ms escapo nnd got back to the Federal lines. Then ho was Allowed to come home. IRiw, Rucket? made Ills oscape has nev? er been told as far.n-i I know. By some merins ho got out or was let out by nn ou.t-skler, for the Jail was not broken. He went near Lynchburg? and Covlngton wluiii he got out of prison, on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

VETERANS AND HOWITZERS LEAVE FOR NEW ORLEANS. Thoy Arc Bound South in a Solid Pullman Train. 7AIR SPONSORS AND MAIDS OF HONOR ACCOMPANY THE PARTY Many Attentions to bo Shown Thorn Along tho Lino of tho ?Southern Railway?Convention City Prepared to ?? cord Them Every Hospitality?Howitzers to be the Guests of Louisiana Field Artillery. Major David ?. Brown a Notable Member of Veterans in Tarty. With fervent hnndshnkefi nnd hearty nu rc.ulr?, the ono hundred nnd fifty veter? ans, ladle? and tholr escorts Btartod South lnst night In tho palatini ''Veterane' find Howitzers' " npoclnl, provided by tho Eoiithern Hallway Company, with several Important stops al?n? tho line, to New Or cans, whero receptions will bo held, tho train will pull Into tho Confederato ?!? ' r.lon city about 3 o'clook Monday night, whti, tho visitors will be taken In charge by tho local committee of arrangements and provided with most comfortable ?itiar ti-r?. -.,e march of tho old veterans from Lee Camp to the depo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 17 May 1903

MORE ARMY German Officer Court-Mar tialed for His Cruelty. EX-QUEEN AS AN AUTHOR Her Drama Exciting Criticism by the Anti-Scmitics-Dislinguished Lady's Disappearance Explained by Discovery in Male Attira. BY MALCOLM CLARKE. Special Cable to Iho Times-Dispatch Copyright 1903.) BERLIN, May lfi.?While expectations of war In various parts or the world aie dlroctliiR renewed attention to army mat? ters, the Kaiser's ofllcors seom to be re? doubling their efforts to bring the Ger? man military establishment into disre? pute A court-martial nt llreslnu has sen? tenced a non-commissioned ofllccr, Hein? rich Himecke, to two months* Imprison? ment for cruelty practiced upon men under his command. The particular case which led to his detection and punish? ment was maltreatment of a private named Gotlelb Mutze, who at drill had a epot on his uniform. Hunecko called him up after tho drill and ordered hltn to lift his rifle above his head one hundred times as a punishment. The man obeyed, but at ...

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